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Degree: Design and Visual Communications, General
Graduation Year: 2012

Liberty is the best Christian University in the world, with the most opportunity. Make sure you know the rules ahead of time or you will hate it, but I loved it.

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Degree: Sport and Fitness Administration/Management
Graduation Year: 0

Liberty University is an amazing school. Although it is large, they make you feel at home. The professors care, there is so much to do there and the quality of the programs is great. I had the best experience at Liberty and they encouraged me to get my Master's. Thanks to them I gained invaluable experience I could not get anywhere else.

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Degree: Pastoral Counseling and Specialized Ministries, Other
Graduation Year: 2013

The college was excellent, orthodox, and challenging. For students looking for high quality, affordable, distance learning, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary is a great place to go!

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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2015

It was a wonderful college with a wonderful and amazing staff of professors who care about students and make education a rewarding experience.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling
Graduation Year: 2015

I was drawn to this University's support of military and veteran students and their Christian Identity. I found the online delivery of instruction to be beneficial to my lifestyle. I would definitely recommend this institution of higher education.

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2014

Really bad experience at Liberty. I received my I am a former military soldier and veteran with the GI Bill. I spent two years at the school, taking online classes. I felt the school operates much like a for profit school, in regards to size. They have an admissions office the size of the University of Phoenix in Arizona! Remember, the size of the school means nothing about how good it is. Half the students struggle academically (you can tell by the discussion interaction in the classes), and most are admitted automatically. There are no real admission standards. I received continual emails from financial aid, and seemed the school really doesn't care about how much debt students take out. The average student graduates with over $20K of debt from a school that is not very reputable outside of Virginia. You will be limited with this degree, I guarantee. Consider better schools with better reputations, such as Virginia Tech, Florida, or other state schools.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2010

Liberty University is a great school that is growing. I was pleased with the information that I received from my classes and am now currently working in a field that aligns with my major as a business consultant.

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Degree: Paralegal
Graduation Year: 2015

Liberty is a great school it provides its students with knowledge on Christianity as well as a hard course of study. Liberty challenges students and requires students to apply themselves if a student does not like Liberty it probably is because they are lazy and not willing to put the hard work in that is required.

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Degree: Pastoral Counseling and Specialized Ministries, Other
Graduation Year: 2013

This degree was very thought provoking and helpful for me in my chosen vocation of chaplaincy/pastoral work.

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Degree: Marketing
Graduation Year: 2015

If you are a working professional seeking a Masters Degree, this is probably NOT the right program for you. As working professionals, with one small child, we were immediately(and unfortunately) drawn in by Liberty's tag line: "Students earning their master degree online have the flexibility to complete assignments any time during the week, day, or night....". This is far from the truth!! My very first class, of my very first week, was a group assignment. Not dependent on my time, but other student's time!! Not dependent on my work, but other student's work!! Not dependent on my schedule, but other student's schedule!! I think you get my point. I immediately called an academic advisor and expressed my disappointment. Of course the advisor sent an email to the professor with my possible intent to drop the class; and once again, I was disappointed to the simple fact that the professor did not care (no response in my book, says it all).

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